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    yetitwo

    3 months ago
    and don't worry too much about the number of relationships created
  • Joey

    Joey

    3 months ago
    @Singha1 if you're using it to relate a user to themselves, this proposal might interest you: https://github.com/authzed/spicedb/issues/338
  • Joey

    Joey

    3 months ago
    sounds very similar to your case
  • s

    Singha1

    3 months ago
    This is excellent !!
  • Joey

    Joey

    3 months ago
    feel free to add your use case and a +1 to the issue
  • Joey

    Joey

    3 months ago
    and if you have any preference, what keyword you'd prefer 😄
  • s

    Singha1

    3 months ago
    In my Organization there is discussion going on OPA vs Zanzibar, After looking at SpiceDB, I am very much convinced with SpiceDB. Only valuable argument I see in OPA is its reduced network latency due to running as side service. Checking permission against remote service might cause delay if there is network latency (not because of SpiceDB, I tested it and it is able to do permission check ~15-20 MS for most of cases for me) but checking against local may cause consistency issue. Can you refer me some document where detail comparison is being done?
  • Joey

    Joey

    3 months ago
    we don't have a detailed comparison in a single place right now; we plan on writing one
  • Joey

    Joey

    3 months ago
    one of the big items to note about any policy engine is that it will make the "acl aware index" problem much harder, because policy can filter based on pretty much any criteria
  • Akshat

    Akshat

    3 months ago
    Hey joey, I know an issue has already been raised for getting all the permissions for a resource relation. I am actually in need of that API. If it's possible can you guys give an ETA.